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CBS
Jan 8, 2014 5:30pm PST
jersey traffic jams were engineered by aides to governor chris christie as political payback. elaine quijano has this developing story. analysis from john dickerson. the mercury slowly starts to rise as a deadly arctic air mass moves out. dean reynolds on the high cost of record lows. in the only state where recreational pot is legal, manuel bojorquez reports supply can't keep up with sky-high demand. >> wow. >> reporter: and 50 years after president johnson declared war on poverty, don dahler visits the front lines with a recruit who says the battle is far from over. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. this is our western edition. governor chris christie ran into a traffic jam today on the road to the whitehouse. evidence revealed today shows that a top aide to christie and appointees of the new jersey governor created a four-day tie-up for thousands of drivers on roads leading to the busiest bridge in the world. the motive, political revenge. christie, who's believed to be considering a run for the presidential nom
CBS
Jan 9, 2014 5:30pm PST
and fires an aide as the feds investigate traffic jams created by his office for political revenge. elaine quijano and michelle miller are on the breaking story. john dickerson on the damage to a leading republican. >> i am a very sad person today. >> pelley: david martin has an early look at a pentagon investigation on sexual harassment. what's the problem at the military academies? dr. jon lapook reports on why big food companies have cut calories in packaged foods. and why is a predator of the arctic flying to florida and kansas? jim axelrod on a mystery migration. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, this is our western edition. today the nation saw a side of republican chris christie we hadn't seen before. the usually brash, blunt, in your face governor of new jersey was humble and contrite as he tried to rescue his career and any presidential hopes from a scandal. he said he had nothing to do with the political dirty trick aimed at the democratic mayor of fort lee, new jersey, though he took responsibility for it and a
't for guys like will and bruce and rob and elaine and bill and a bunch of others who are here, terrorist always -- it's always dangerous to start talking about people, we wouldn't have had this done. i could go on forever. i don't want to because -- but what i would like to do briefly is tell you three things. one, is why i wrote this book. second, just very basics about what's in the book because i want you to read it, buy it, buy it, buy it, and read it. [laughter] third, i just think there's lessons for both parties as we look ahead for what we did, and i want to talk briefly about this. why did i write the book? jack hit on it. memories in the political world are very short, and he took my first line of the book on election night, 1980, i held a party and nobody came, and the reason was we lost our jobs. [laughter] i was working the carter white house, most of the friends were in the senate or the hill, on capitol hill, we lost the senate. jeff peterson, had to leave, but he was here, and peterson, he was the poster child. he made "the today show" the next morning because he was work
CBS
Jan 24, 2014 5:30pm PST
own strange weather. elaine quijano and john blackstone are on thor a father fights to save one life from the horror of war in syria. and if you don't believe in miracles, think again after steve hartman takes us "on the road." >> i will remember this game for the rest of my life. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. this is our western edition. there is breaking news out of texas this evening. where a judge has ordered a hospital to remove life support from a brain dead woman. the hospital had refused because marlise munoz is pregnant. anna werner is at the courthouse in fort worth for us this evening. anna? >> reporter: scott, the state judge ruled the breathing st be turned off no later than monday afternoon. family attorney heather king said this shortly after the ruling. >> this is the decision we sought. there's nothing happy about today. this was a sad situation all the way around. we are relieved that eric munoz can now move forward with the process of burying his wife. >> reporter: marlise munoz was 14 weeks p
CBS
Jan 28, 2014 5:30pm PST
, and snow falling where it rarely does-- in the deep south. reports from manuel bojorquez and elaine quijano. major garrett on the president turning up the heat on republicans tonight, announcing he'll bypass congress to raise the minimum wage for some workers.we'l talk to house budget chairman paul ryan. >> sounds to me like he wants to go around the constitution. >> pelley: and anthony mason remembers folk singer pete seeger, his music and his message. >> pelley: good evening. this is our western edition. you can be sure the heat will be cranked up in the car tonight when president obama makes his way to the capitol for his fifth state of the union address. it's 19 degrees here, heading down to 14, and that's just tip of the iceberg across much of the country. the mid-atlantic states are getting another round of dangerously cold temperatures, and the south is seeing something it almost never sees-- snow. atlanta got about 2.5 inches, but that was enough to cause big problems in a city not used to it. in chicago, the temperature hit 11 degrees-- 11 below 0. we have a team of correspondents
Univision
Jan 5, 2014 12:00pm PST
vida en los estados unidos. al volver nos acompaÑa la escritora elaine king y lo discutimos. ♪ pausa. >> una de las decisiones mÁs importantes y quizÁs una de las mÁs difÍciles de la vida de cualquier persona es irse de su propio paÍs y venir hacia los estados unidos, pero una de las cosas mÁs interesantes de todo esto es que hay muchÍsima gente que ni siquiera se prepara para dejar a su paÍs y mucho menos se preparar para llegar aquÍ a los estados unidos y enfrentar una de las situaciones mÁs difÍciles de toda su vida, para hablar de todo esto, para preparar a los que ya se encuentran aquÍ nos acompaÑan elaine king del libro tu plan de vida en los estados unidos de la serie "hecho fÁcil". elaine un placer estar aquÍ contigo. >> es un honor estar aquÍ contigo jorge, te lo agradezco, el libro me parece muy importante primero empecemos con los que deciden irse. ¿por quÉ se va alguien de su paÍs? y si decide irse en quÉ tiene que pensar. >> mira, las personas por lo general se van como yo inmigrÉ por una mejor educaciÓn, por una mejor oportunidad laboral, sin
CNBC
Jan 10, 2014 7:00pm EST
force? elaine cho and jack bernstein are going to debate that in a few minutes and don't forget, free market capitalism is the best way to prosperity, but you have to work. i'm looking for the 91 million. maybe we'll find them. we'll be right back. >>> pundits are saying that this could heard his 2016 presidential campaign. now that christie is denying anything, he sounds even more presidential. that's what presidents do. they deny everything. >> i'm so sorry i was late getting out here. apparently i pissed off chris christie and he popped the tires on my city bike. she keeps you on your toes. you wouldn't have it any other way. but your erectile dysfunction - it could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently or urgently. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medicines, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take c
ABC
Jan 2, 2014 11:00am PST
would got it by mistake. elaine church expect add package for christmas that was delayed because of damages. yesterday, the president finally arrived, or the present, actually, arrived, but inside was a photo album of pictures of the girls and the white house as a return address. the album was for the kids' godmother. >> i care about photographs and books and i thought she would be missing not having this. i verified the address and we wanted to get it to her asap. >> cool. elaine said it was on honest mistake bit post office and will send the package out today. >> i would make copies for myself, first, a little history. >> another round of flooding is expected for people living in the bay in mill valley near the bay in sausalito just moments brought on by the king tides. yesterday only, houseboat resolution democrats had to put on rain boots to go for a walk. the king tides have hit the roads since mop, which are 2' bigger and higher than regular high tide. today, the king tides arrived along the northwest a few moments at 11:30. >> disappointingly ironic, put on the rain boots
CBS
Jan 24, 2014 4:00am PST
in particular. elaine quijano have the story. >> reporter: they were born with a genetic condition. last week they saw a tv commercial featuring derrick coleman. >> they told me it couldn't be done but i've been deaf since i was 3, so i didn't listen. what did you think when you saw that commercial? >> i thought it was very touching. i didn't tlink there was any athlete that could play that would be exactly impaired like me and erin. seriously. >> i saw the battery commercial. i remember him saying he was bullied. and i was like, what? how is he a football player? he's so strong. but how does he let them bully them. >> riley herself was picked on in school and was told not to play sports. a warning she ignored. after the seahawks won last weekend, riley picked up a pencil. >> dear derrick coleman. i know how you feel. i also share your needs. just try your best. i have faith in you. >> their father tweet add picture of the letter. he hoped they would see it. >> i wanted him to know how much he was doing for deaf kids and little kids with disacts. it doesn't matter that you're deaf or have som
KICU
Jan 20, 2014 4:00am PST
as the tablet market takes a surprising turn. we'll be right back. ♪ ♪ ♪ elaine: it was 17 years ago when i decided to become a mentor ♪ that i was assigned to christina. when she was in the first grade, she was a shy little girl, not able to smile much. christina: elaine showed me there were people out there to help me and guide me through life. when elaine let me read her diary, i didn't even realize how important i was to her, and now that i'm mentoring, i feel that same importance, and i can spread those same values to the girls i mentor. be someone who matters, to someone who matters. and now-- a couple of traders who don't use crystal balls.. but do use their best skills to predict the future for the financial markets. joining us from cme group alan knuckman and jared levy are here for a round of traders unplugged. great to have you on the show today. let's start with topic number one: sector swami - tech led the way in 2013, what s&p sector is your pick for the new year? alan: i'm going back to the old standby. follow the money. go back to the financials. we're not even at the half
KICU
Jan 21, 2014 4:00am PST
's not just for sharing pictures & gossip. ♪ ♪ ♪ elaine: it was 17 years ago when i decided to become a mentor ♪ that i was assigned to christina. when she was in the first grade, she was a shy little girl, not able to smile much. christina: elaine showed me there were people out there to help me and guide me through life. when elaine let me read her diary, i didn't even realize how important i was to her, and now that i'm mentoring, i feel that same importance, and i can spread those same values to the girls i mentor. be someone who matters, to someone who matters. social media has transformed from a fun way to share pictures with your friends to a sophisticated method for companies to shape their image.here's the story of one firm that's taking it a step further.diane moca reports. far from silicon valley... chicago-based social market analytics has the feel of a west coast start-up -- a trendy loft office with an open bar and drumset in the lobby... a team of hipster web developers and programmers... and a cool 'next generation' concept -- turning twitter's non-stop traffic into
KICU
Jan 22, 2014 4:00am PST
forever" when it comes to new labor challenges. that's just ahead! ♪ ♪ ♪ elaine: it was 17 years ago when i decided to become a mentor ♪ that i was assigned to christina. when she was in the first grade, she was a shy little girl, not able to smile much. christina: elaine showed me there were people out there to help me and guide me through life. when elaine let me read her diary, i didn't even realize how important i was to her, and now that i'm mentoring, i feel that same importance, and i can spread those same values to the girls i mentor. be someone who matters, to someone who matters. midwest farms are under a blanket of snow, but in florida--strawberry season is in full bloom.jackie keenan reports on why farmers there are seeing red ----- and we don't mean from the color of the fruit. the work here at fancy farms is anything but fancy, but the fruits of this labor is a beautiful red treat. florida is the nation's second largest producer of strawberries - behind california. acreage is up to 12,000, with revenue nearing 400 million dollars. and the demand for this tasty fruit
KICU
Jan 24, 2014 4:00am PST
a rookie mistake? we'll be right back! elaine: it was 17 years ago when i decided to become a mentor that i was assigned to christina. when she was in the first grade, she was a shy little girl, not able to smile much. christina: elaine showed me there were people out there to help me and guide me through life. when elaine let me read her diary, i didn't even realize how important i was to her, and now that i'm mentoring, i feel that same importance, and i can spread those same values to the girls i mentor. be someone who matters, to someone who matters. on this frigid friday for much of the u.s. alan knuckman and scott shellady join us from the floor of cme group. they are here to warm our hearts with traders unplugged. good morning and let's get it going with round number 1. scared and scarred. is the vix sending off signals that investors fear a selloff is coming. alan: i think people are usually wrong and they open interest in the vix is reached its highest point ever. the vix has been below 10 back in 2007it was at 987. so we still have a lot of downside as the market gets more complac
CBS
Jan 2, 2014 5:30pm PST
is covering. and elaine quijano with bikers riding to the rescue of abused kids and their moms. >> i gave each one of them, they were there for me and i needed them. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> good evening, scott is off tonight. this is our western edition, the northeast is about to get hit by a major winter storm, two of them actually. a storm that dumped a foot of snow in the midwest is joining forces with a nor'easter moving up the coast. winter storm warnings and advisories are up tonight throughout the region. thousands of flights were canceled or delayed today. and these are live pictures from the storm zone where one-third of the u.s. population lives. we have a team of correspondents covering the story. we'll begin in boston with karen anderson of cbs station wbz. karen? karen? >> reporter: maurice, we've already gotten four inches of snow and we're expecting another 10 to 14 inches overnight. now, the governor sent home state workers early today and the national guard was activated. bostonians tried all day to keep pace with the fa
CBS
Jan 10, 2014 5:30pm PST
-mails in the case and elaine quijano has been looking through them. elaine, what do these e-mails show? >> reporter: scott, these e- mails show what happened in the days leading up to, during and after the now-infamous lane closures last september. they show port authority officials collected traffic day data during the closures. what's not clear is whether it was part of an actual study. the communications also show attempts to contain the fallout which included numerous inquiries from reporters. those attempts to manage that fallout were made not just by christie allies at the port authority but also the governor's spokesman. now, his response to one of the inquiries clearly showed disdain. at one point he referred to a reporter as an expletive mutt. his public response to the reporter, however, tried to distance the governor from the closures. >> pelley: what is the next development we're likely to see? >> scott, we spoke with a democratic new jersey assembly man, he's heading up the investigation on this. he plans to subpoena bridget kelly. she is christie's former deputy chief of staff who wro
CBS
Jan 23, 2014 5:30pm PST
that it failed gus, it killed gus. >> pelley: and elaine quijano with two jersey girls who will be rooting for seattle in the super bowl. for a very special reason. >> just try your best. i have faith in you. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. this is our western edition. in much of the country tonight it's warmer inside the fringe than outside the front door. have a look. across the upper states the lows today were preceded by minus signs. the deep freeze reached deep in the heart of texas with lows in the low 30s. more than 241 million americans saw it below freezing today. in indiana, let's have a look at this for a moment. there was a pileup involving at least seven tractor-trailer rigs. one person was killed in this accident. this part of i-94, 60 miles from chicago, is going to be closed for a while. ferries crossing between new york and new jersey had to navigate through ice on the hudson. jamie yuccas of our cbs station wcco is in one of the coldest places-- minneapolis. jamie? >> reporter: scott, it reached six de
will and bruce and rob shapiro and elaine kamarck and bill galston and a whole bunch of others who are here -- it's always dangerous to start talking about people -- [laughter] we wouldn't have had this done. i could go on forever, and i don't want to, but what i would like to do very briefly is tell you three things. one is why i wrote this book. second, just the very basics about what's this the book, was i want you to read it, by buy it, buy it, buy it and read it. [laughter] and, third, i just think there are lessons for both parties as we look ahead from what we did, and i want to talk just very briefly about this. why'd i write the this book in jack markell really hit on it when he, you know, memories in the political world are very short. and he took my line about, the first line of the book which was on october -- or election night, 1980, i held a party, and nobody came. and the reason nobody came is because we'd all lost our jobs. [laughter] i was working in the carter white house, most of my friends were in the senate or on the hill, on capitol hill. we lost the senate. jeff peterson, i
FOX News
Jan 27, 2014 5:00pm PST
our girls thrive in today's culture. elaine bennett. now elaine. texting, let's take that first. i think it's addicting. young girls love it. because they're in touch with their friends 24/7, telling them what kind of shoes they v what they just saw on tv, they never look up, they're like this. but they can also, malicious gossip and pulleying has spread so quickly on the text and the internet now that a it's very troubling to me. >> we know 85% of middle school students have cell phones and they use them, they're on them constantly and that gives rise to some pretty negative behaviors. if someone is to say something negative about another girl, what she looks like, what she did to someone, it goes into the cell phone network and everybody knows about it. and because of that -- i'm sorry? >> go ahead. >> and because of that, it's an instrument. there's also and an anonymity that can happen and when they transfer from cell phones to the internet and start the smear campaigns and we know tragically, of girl who is have lost their lives, they have committed suicide because of the trau
PBS
Jan 18, 2014 7:00am PST
responsibility for the attack in the upscale district elaine exercise has the details. teamwork and sixty two will close the lebanese have been in kabul on thursday morning looking for the remains of the kittens tonight is said to be pretty and sunny that time that the attack which killed up to go to appear for court for mortar. we were in so i didn't realize what had happened. then whisk into the neighbor's house to the roof. around eight or nine of us hiding ourselves there. i have said the money that we could hear the shooting to lead by two attackers are inside. all the guests were eating dinner were killed in love with her manager and uber cup. it's no dictionary checking tool the victims class. i think she did a priest and two canadians for you and self and the imf representative in afghanistan. the restaurant was called yemen to conduct an extent it's a suicide bomber himself up outside and to monitor his fourteen shooting. cool i heard shooting inside the restaurant. there were one or two people. inside i could hear shouting and screaming after each shot the police arrive ten minutes
CBS
Dec 31, 2013 5:30pm PST
slow the progression of it in some patients. we asked elaine quijano to tell us more. >> good girl! >> reporter: ed caplicki first realized his memory was failing during a round of golf. what did you notice? >> i was playing with somebody and i couldn't remember his name, and i've played this guy for 15 years. >> reporter: his wife patricia said he'd already been forgetting his keys, wallet and cell phone. >> i just sensed that there was something wrong, but at the time, i thought we could fix it. >> reporter: after a battery of tests, doctors diagnosed the 69- year-old with alzheimer's in june of 2012. >> i couldn't believe it. i thought my memory might be a little bit bad, but not having the actual disease. >> reporter: what was your next step that have? >> after that, i decided i was going do as much as i could do get rid of this disease. >> reporter: the new study looked at whether vitamin "e" could benefit patients like caplicki who suffer from mild to moderate alzheimer's disease. it took patients who took vitamin "e" saw a delay of up to six months in the progression of alzh
CBS
Jan 1, 2014 4:00am PST
treatment has been shown to alter the disease at that stage. elaine quijano has more. >> reporter: ed first realized his memory was failing during a round of golf. >> reporter: what did you notice? >> i was playing with somebody and i couldn't remember his name and i played with this guy for 15 years. >> reporter: his wife patricia said he had already been forgetting his keys, wallet, and cell phone. >> i just sensed that there was something wrong, but at the time i thought we could fix it. >> reporter: after a battery of tests, doctors diagnosed the 69-year-old with alzheimer's in june of 2012. the new study looked at weather vitamin e could benefit patients like him who suffer from mild to moderate alzheimer's. those who took it saw a delay up to six months in the progression of alzheimer's when it came to performing everyday tasks. this doctor co-authored the study. >> it was seen on the outcomes of functional abilities, activities of daily living so individuals who had mild disease had benefits in things like cooking, planning their day, traveling, those types of activities. >> reporter
CBS
Jan 2, 2014 5:00pm PST
special delivery from sasha and malia obama by mistake. elaine church was expecting a christmas package that was delayed. when it finally arrived wednesday morning, there was a second package inside that wasn't hers. it was a photo book with pictures of the first family. it was meant for sasha and malia's godmother so church decided to contact her. >> i really care about photographs and books and all that so i thought she is going to be missing not having this and i verified her address. >> church plans to put it in the mail today. >>> now is the time to get your christmas tree out to the curb. tree recycling began today in san francisco anyway. trees will be picked up on regular trash collection days. the trees are put into a chipper turned into mulch and then used to make energy. trees have to be no another more than six feel tall. all the decorations have to be removed. the recycling program ends january 15. >>> well, a sacramento woman sound asleep when her home erupted in flames. that's when her hero dog jumped into action. ron jones spoke with the owner who says her persistent pet
CBS
Jan 3, 2014 4:00am PST
are getting help from an unlikely organization. elaine quijano reports on some guardian angels on wheels. >> reporter: for years karen and her 9-year-old daughter whose identity we're protecting were abused by karen's husband. >> it's terrifying when you can't close your eyes when you photo sleep because you don't know what's going to happen. it's the unknown that you're afraid of. >> reporter: fearing for their lives karen found help from an unlikely group of people. >> look at them all. >> i know. >> here they come. >> reporter: these 15 men and women are part of a 3,000-member organization committed to protecting children around the world. >> how are you? >> good. >> reporter: they call themselves baca, bikers against child abuse. >> one thing we try to do as an organization is help that child feel empowered so they can enjoy their childhood and grow up as an adult, knowing that there's always going to be somebody there and not all adults are bad. >> reporter: happy dodson is president of the connecticut chapter, which is currently helping eight families across the state. >> hey, youn
CBS
Jan 13, 2014 5:30pm PST
legislature said today it will investigate that. now elaine quijano tells us just-released e-mails indicate christie's staff exacted revenge in other ways. >> reporter: the day after democrat steven fulop was elected mayor of jersey city, he received a text from governor chris christie's long time political advisor bill stepian. he wrote: time poli or . he wrote: about a month later, then as meetings were being scheduled bridget kelly e-mailed fulop saying: by mid-july it seemed everything was a go. on july 12, stepian wrote: but but on july 18, the same day mayor fulop decided he would not support the governor's reelection bid, five meetings were canceled within hours citing schedule conflicts. in the days that followed, two more meetings were canceled. on august 18, after weeks of unsuccessfully trying to reschedule, the mayor wrote to port authority executive and christie appointee bill baroni: bill i: baroni, stepian and kelly all baroni, stepian, and kelly all lost their jobs in the wake of the george washington bridge scandal after they were accused of engaging in political payback ag
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 4:00am PST
knuckle politics practiced byes christy administration. elaine quijano reports. >> reporter: the day after democrat steven fulop was elected mayor of jersey city he received a text from chris christie's longtime adviser bill stepien. the main text from stepien read, congratulations on a tremendous job. he added let me know if we can help set up any meetings for you in trenton with the governor's staff." then about a month later, as state and local meetings were being scheduled, christie's then deputy chief of staff e-mailed fulop saying, "congratulations mayor elect. what an exciting time for you and the city. we're looking forward to working closely with you and your administration. by mid-july it seemed everything was a go. on july 12th, stepien wrote i know the governor is sending quite a contingent of his cabinet up to you on july 23rd but on july 18th, the same day when fulop decided he would not support the governor's re-election bid, five meetings were canceled. on august 18th, after weeks of unsuccessfully trying to reschedule, the mayor wrote to port authority executive and christ
CBS
Jan 20, 2014 5:30pm PST
to strong arm a mayor. elaine quijano is following this. >> reporter: dawn zimmer, the democratic mayor of hoboken, new jersey, says it was back in may of last year that she received an ultimatum from new jersey lieutenant governor kim guadagno a member of governor christie's inner circle. >> she pulled me aside and said we've got to move forward with the rockefeller project. this project is really important to the governor. and she said she had been with him on friday night and that this was a direct message from the governor. >> reporter: zimmer says the administration threatened to withhold superstorm sandy funds from her city if she did not comply with the development project backed by the rockefeller group, a new york- based real estate firm. today, lieutenant governor kim guadagno vehemently denied the accusation. >> any suggestion-- any suggestion-- that sandy funds were tied to the approval of any project in new jersey is completely false. >> reporter: governor christie is already under fire for allegations that a senior staff member and political ally shut down access lanes lea
KOFY
Jan 8, 2014 11:30pm PST
are going into that room. >> elaine is the emergency department's medical director. the tent was set up this morning so doctors can efficiently treat patients who might have the flu. >> we have noticed a significant increase in the flu-like illness patients walking into the office. >> separating helps contain the spread of the illness. >> we are taking patients who should hopefully dis-- discharged and not critically ill and patients we can treat safely and quickly and get them back home and away from public where they are not sharing the germs with everybody. >> tonight more deaths across the bay area are blamed on the flu. in sonoma county one person has died and two in county. contra costa, alameda, san mateo report a death. the flu at the present time will likely be up for -- the flu tent will be up for two weeks and then after that the staff will evaluate if it is still necessary. dr. nelson says you can go to the cdc's website and go with their guidelines. if you can go to the primary care physician and if not come to the er. ama dates,abc7 news,. >> thank you. >>> we have the fir
MSNBC
Jan 16, 2014 2:00am PST
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SFGTV
Jan 11, 2014 4:30am PST
>> i'm elaine johnson i'm the director of bio link the advance center funded by national science foundation we provide technical support. we've been house defense attorneys at the continually of san francisco since 998 and have been developing skills based programs for our students where they could get wonderful jobs. many of our students have come from the bayview hirpts point area and have been working in a variety of life science careers one has a job at the man technical and has started a girl's club. beef about that very, very excited about the possibilities of adding certificates and stackable credential were with that in mind last year we were part of receiving a $2 million portion of a 15 million take grant it stand for community career training by the department of labor. with that funding we were creating an environmental monitoring certificate and have been working with the faculty who have been working hard at the park. it's my great pleasure to be here and share that with you and be very, very supportive of the proposal. thank you. >> (calling names). >> good morning
CBS
Jan 23, 2014 6:00pm EST
's clear the system failed. it's clear that it failed gus, it killed gus. >> pelley: and elaine quijano with two jersey girls who will beti roong for seattle in the >>per bowl.
CBS
Jan 24, 2014 6:00pm EST
. the bitter blast wreaks havoc in the east while the west sees its own strange weather. elaine quijano and john blackstone reason r on the story. a father fights to save one life from the horror of war in syria. and if you don't believe in miracles, think again after steve hartman takes us "on the road." >> i will remember this game for the rest of my life.
CBS
Jan 28, 2014 6:00pm EST
, and snow falling where it rarely does-- in the deep south. reports from manual bojorquez and elaine quijano. major garrett on the president turning up the heat on republicans tonight, announcing he'll bypass congress to raise the minimum wage for some workers. we'll talk to house budget chairman paul ryan. >> sound to me like he wants to go around the constitution. >> pelley: and anthony mason remembers remembers folk singer pete seger, his music and his
CSPAN
Jan 16, 2014 6:00pm EST
anyone take your insurance away from you. you deserve it. elaine post, 64, from west hills, california. she told cnn -- quote -- "when i first got laid off, i tried to get private insurance through the big companies. they all rejected me, wanted to charge me really high premiums for not getting their insurance. now elaine has coverage through her bronze plan through covered california that costs $461 a month. elaine, you're going to keep your insurance and we're going to protect you. so there are a number of these stories. i'd ask unanimous consent to put them in the record at this time. the presiding officer: without objection. mrs. boxer: and i just want to say when you listen to the naysayers and the bad news bears and everyone who comes here and starts criticizing, get to the bottom of it. look at this nine million number headed toward ten million and understand what's happening in our nation. people are getting health coverage. and here's the deal. the way we did it, obamacare, is just like it was in massachusetts when governor romney put it through. that's where the ideas came fr
CBS
Jan 9, 2014 7:00am PST
to the biggest world collector. elaine quijano has more. good morning to you. >> good morning. story corps works to share the lives of regular people. the concept, bring two people together to speak, to record them. the simple idea has documented more than 50,000 stories of american life and stored them for generations to come. >> this is my heart right here i tell you. i have always had a problem trying to discuss personal things. >> dane holmes brought his father jonas to the store corps booth in no, to leave a story for the family. deane dann dane is on the board of directors. >> he's like, ooh, you touched on something let me redirect it. whatever it is he'll find a way out of it. i knew if i put him in this room, you know there's something about knowing the seriousness of it the ceremony of the place. >> reporter: for 40 minutes they sat alongside a facilitator and began their recording. no cameras allowed. they spoke in ways they never had. >> you decided to mary a white woman in 1966 or '67. what were you thinking? >> well, i guess i've been one that never look
Al Jazeera America
Jan 18, 2014 10:00am EST
the mystery may be solved. widespread published reports name elaine wynn, co-founder of wynn resorts, but wynn isn't talking, and the question lingers. >> who owns this? >> no one knows except apparently the curator. >> so who owns it? interesting question. a question with no answer. perhaps lucian freud knows, but of course he's not talking, either. >> well, stay with us here on al jazeera because there is another 30 minutes of news coming straight up at the top of the hour, and we'll be guiding you through this. only on al jazeera america >> a jazeera america is the only news channel that brings you live news at the top of every hour >> here are the headlines at this hour breaking news... sports... business... weather... live news...every hour, on the hour only on al jazeera america >> welcome to al jazeera america. i'm morgan radford live from new york city. here are some of the stories we're following for you. fires burn in california while it deals with the worst drought on record. plus how presidential reforms will change spying by the national security agency. >> hi and dry out west, a
PBS
Jan 4, 2014 5:30am PST
to thanks those people have been told to the main feature that when sinn fein and secretary elaine had to send out appeal to everyone the very place. with a warning for free without a regular basis by the environment. maybe to them. as the slots the titans will be dangerous witness b told to place itself would not receded to get the stinking storms on friday the uk confinement a cutesy she tends to deal with the warnings and ak steel possible links tonight exceptional weather conditions or was there taking a toll on which each business days. bad weather in the bum up to christmas puzzle but he didn't blame for keeping shoppers away from uk on streets and according to bt at the senior me to college is matt helps and it could become a familiar pattern. it's a phenomenon that sam is called jet stream. it's based in our own rhythm of strong winds brought about slices of miles above the surface. and it is always there really is a waste but it costs from america posted on six was the uk. but it does vary in strength and direction and the souls of changes in populations in the jet stream sinc
PBS
Jan 7, 2014 8:30pm PST
at tea on sunday doing things like elaine lee from the tokyo stock exchange. an influential us senator is urging washington to end the ban on exports of domestically produced oil lisa murkowski the top republican on the senate energy committee me a comment at an event in washington leading the prohibition on tree oil exports would serve to increase domestic oil production and the entry of this going out onto the global markets will put downward pressure on an international crisis. and all things equal. this combination will help the american consumer. the us introduced the ban after the oil crisis in the nineteen seventies. but many people say it's one of the day of oil exports doesn't make sense anymore that's because oil production is rapidly expanding thanks to new drilling technologies that extract crude oil and natural gas from shale rock. some experts say that the us will soon become the world's biggest oil producer. the us has already ease curbs on exports of natural gas but some members of congress say that domestically produced oil should be preserved for its u s industries. w
PBS
Jan 9, 2014 8:30pm PST
mean the effect of the stock exchange. elaine how markets opening this morning. like i've done that yet and i could start at the moment. here you all levels will find a january ten. he is down zero point two two percent at fifteen thousand eight hundred and forty six and this comes after an index lost one half percent. foley who has sixty thousand the appellant and on their state and so far for this year than it is in this territory and a broader topix is no lah by zero point four one percent and this post and not a session of lackluster performance on wall street now we are entering a season in the us and japan in the us outlets report that the quantity loss after the break as close as to the fact that the valuation of one point seven billion dollars on the snow there. it might be in the past and in japan on the state might have you read fast and he can be important to nine percent think the speed net profit for the september to november two thousand sixteen period for many years ago the operator of townsville clean teen site and a strong performance in its overseas operations especial
NBC
Jan 16, 2014 4:00am PST
and the playboy mansion. hmm. >>> anonymous no more. just revealed elaine wynn, billionaire ex-wife of casino magnate steve wynn, was the anonymous buyer who paid a record $142 million for francis bacon's three studies of freud. 14 2 million. >>> clayton kershaw has just signed the deal of the century, i will say. it made him baseball's first player earning an average salary of 30 million cool a year. in total, $215 million, seven-year deal to pitch once every five or six days. five or six days. >>> sports, got more of it, up next. >>> so hot in the australian open, the players are all but melting in the sweltering down under. what is that she's holding? the recent increase in cafeteria prices is not cool. when you vote for flo, we'll have discounts. ice-cream discounts. multi-cookie discounts. pizza loyalty discounts! [ kids chanting "flo!" ] i also have some great ideas on car insurance. [ silence ] finding you discounts since back in the day. call or click today. i like her. [ male announcer ] campbell's homestyle soup with farm grown veggies. just like yours. huh. [ male announcer ] and r
ABC
Jan 2, 2014 4:00pm PST
family is on the way to an intended recipient. elaine church expecting a package of presents from her brother. the pack wrath arrived tuesday but she didn't open it until yesterday at the bottom of the box she found a photo album with pictures of sasha and malia obama. it's supposed to go to the girls god mother. >> i care about photographs so i thought she's going to be missing not having this. i verify at dress we want to get it to her asap. >> church says this is just an honest mistake and plans to send it out today. >> wow. >> california department of public health warning a cheese product might be contaminated with salmonella. >> yes. michael finney here now with what you need to know. >> seems serious. 15 cases of salmonella associated with cashew cheese products have been reported. 12 of the 15 have been reported here in california. the cheese is made by the cultured kitchen and has been pulled from store shelves. it's sold at natural food stores throughout northern california and nevada. among symptoms gnawsa, chills, fever. passengers of spirit airlines will be paying higher
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